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the adoption of our technology across the different leagues. we have customers on very industries, banking industry jumped in first. it is primary around the security of our platform. their need was to get confidential board material out to their board members on ipads is ideally the way to do it because it is easy and safe. the i.t. costs are low. they couldn't find a better solution out there. >> have you a function if i'm a coach i know that my running back looked at the play. i push out a play -- that is the funny thing. we think of nfl players as being of course they read all the plays. they are like any other employee. they read about half the manual. >> you said that. there are a lot of big brother capabilities that we can enable. we haven't done so until we are requested to do so and for really productive reasons. football has a few days to study what they need to study. it gets to be an extreme in other sports when they are traveling. to take information learned in one evening and by the next night how do you get the changes is a bigger problem that we saw. >> i talked to some pla
quarter, the most significant area of growth in ohio is investment technology. i.p. we have groan financial services. we have grown health care. look, there's been significant investment by auto companies in ohio. they are reducing their footprint. i wish we could get more here. i just met with the delphi team trying to get more business there. but, i mean, let's be fair about this. the fact is, the bureau of labor statistics said when you take everything into account, companies and suppliers we are up 400 jobs. we did not grow by relying on one industry or one sector. we have done it by diversifying ohio and making it safe for people to come in here. i called ceos in other states and they are interested in what we are doing here. there are no surprises coming. when there are no surprises, investors and business people, job creators think it's safe to go there. the proof is in the pudding. >> let me ask you about unemployment. whoever is responsible for the success in ohio, governor romney doesn't seem impressed. this is what he said speaking earlier this month to the columbia dis
met kpapt tigss and boeing and proctor & gamble beat expectations. among technology and internet companies, facebook and dwra hao beat expectations but facebook and disappointed. the ipad mini is lighter than the full size ipad and 7.9 inches and $329. two product launches for microsoft introducing windows 8 than tablet, the surface which retails for $499. it's been anything bau strong earnings season so far. have companies squeezed all of the profits they can from the revenues get? and what affect will the elections have on the market? joining me is bob doll from black rock. thank you for joining us. >> thank you, maria. >> let's talk about earnings. we have seen disappointments in technology. how would you characterize the earnings season so far. >> mixed at best. the expectations have been lower ed the last 60 or so days. while companies on average are beating those they are low expectations and as you hinted the revenue line is disappointing. i'd add on top of that looks like analyst expectations for the fourth quarter and next year are on the high side. >> i have to come dow
, books on my technology. but i'm finding that the iphone, the text is getting smaller and smaller. and the ipad, i like to read in bed, and it's a little too clumsy and i drop it. so this to me is the perfect size. >> reporter: inside apple's newest store, it is clear. the company has another hilt on its hands. maybe not a huge hit, but at least a mini one. >> all right. we'll let you guys check it out. this is it. i know you guys have played with the regular ipad this starts at $345. >> i railroad played in the newsroom. >> $345 which is ly less than the ipad, but it's still more than the kindle. it's priced in there. all the apps will work on there. it's pretty much a full functional ipad. but it's smaller. >> are we that spoiled that we now need a smaller ipad? >> byron's response is, no we don't need it. but it's interesting. a lot of people that were checking it out had not bought an ipad yet and said this could be my entry because it's a little bit less expensive. and it is so popular that i'm told there is a two-week backlog if you order it online which is how most of us sh
they hope inspires others to start something. >> she has really inspired me into a career in technology. and hopefully, i can do the same, bringing more women into silicon valley. >> so i can date them. >> hmmm, there is the drama. >> reporter: there is a premier party here in san francisco this weekend. the show debuts on "bravo" on monday night, and time will tell if the show is a success, nbc bay area news. >> so reality tv is not so real, is that what they're saying? >> i think jeff should have his own reality show. >> that would be good, and where is our invitation to this party? >> we're still on the b list. >>> let's look at the doppler radar, a few showers rolling up through yreka, and cloud cover here for northern california. and the area is clearing out in the north bay, cold, upper 40s, near 50, let's take you outside to the sky camera, and the real silicon valley here in santa clara, you can see the skies are twinkling bright out here, not much in san francisco, clear here at the lower levels, clouds, higher levels for tomorrow morning. now let's get a look over the next 48
by technology companies which have seen stock prices jump as sales of gadget hit record highs. where does that leave you financially? potentially in good shape if you've invested in your offices 401(k) plan, pre-tax dollars taken out of your paycheck. i know, in start-up drenched silicon valley, retirement plans are about the least sexy thing we can possibly talk about. >> most of the folks are probably just trying to focus on survival, not making sure their nest is feathered. >> david mcclure is the founding partner of the 500 startup focusing on building small businesses. but he's also been part of big companies like ebay. he has a 401(k) of his own and it's up too. >> i do look at those things as sort of important in the long run and i'm a little older so i have to care about that more. i have a wife and two kids. >> 401(k) plans are also on the mind of victoria, ceo and founder of grid dynamics, we found her recruiting at the russian innovation conference. >> companies like pal, yahoo! are all of our clients. >> one of the benefits her company offers, a 401(k) plan. >> pension plans a
on my technology. but i'm finding that the iphone, text is getting smaller and smaller and the ipad, i like to read in bed and it's a little too columnsy, and i drop it. so this is to me is the perfect size. >> smaller crowds for a smaller product but one these shopper just had to touch. >> all right, we will touch it here on set. there you go. that's the new smaller one and for comparison we brought this on set too, this is what used to be a small thin device and now, wow, it looks bigger. >> it does, you first look and say, it's not that a big difference but you put them next to each other, they are a big difference. >> if you have one of these, do you need one of these? one fits better in a purse and all the apps are transferrable and everything works the same. >> this is a day purse, this is an evening purse, you can go nowhere without your ipad. >> we are so spoiled. i like the 1 handed deal here. >> guess who will get the new ipad mini? probably has it in his back pocket right now. >> if i were you scott, take it to your desk right away. before someone disappears with it. >> it w
life. >> steve latour is a director of information technology. in hypercompetitive silicon valley, he's a hot commodity. but he's locked in at evernote, a growing software company with an amazing advantage. if you work here, they'll improve your commute guaranteed. >> my commute is about 40 miles. >> reporter: it used to take steve an hour and a half to get to work, now less than half that, thanks to the electric vehicle he drives, and his company that picked up the monthly check. >> if i can come to work and have a short commute it allows me to be more refreshed when i come to work rather than sitting in a car for two hours in each direction and that's made a huge difference. my quality of life and the atmosphere at work. >> reporter: evernote has a fleet of volts and chargers in its parking lot. if employees go electric, the company will pay the monthly lease fees for three years. >> here in the bay area, the electric vehicles are really starting to get popular and it's kind of a hub for people to start think about more sustainable ways of travel and commuting. >> their output is co
knows that technology only goes so far. to be a successful politician in any way, a tweet will never replace a hug. >> you need a hug? thank you so much. >> that's how it's done in newark. let's take a drive down the shore, about 65 miles south of there, ron allen is in toms river tonight. and, ron, you and i were together last night in point pleasant beach. now you're in toms river, which i would say is kind of the classic middle class, central jersey shore suburb, 80% of us have an aunt hazel. mine lived on jackson avenue in toms river. we used to visit her, go over to the beach. what have you seen in your travels and what are you learning in getting this masters degree on the jersey shore? >> reporter: well, first, let me say, i know this place as well, too. i've covered disasters all over the world, but jersey is my home as well. i'm from the northern part of the state, jersey city, montclair. down here, the story is really the destruction that you see that is just really mind-boggling. communities so hard hit that days later, thousands of people haven't been able to even see wha
we're getting a sneak peek in our studio. >> i kind of love this. our technology expert got her hands on the much-hyped gadget. katie, good morning. >> good morning. >> by point of reference this is a normal ipad, this is the mini and then you can compare it to the size -- that's an iphone 5. >> i just held it. i loved it. i hugged it. what is the difference, i mean, from a technological standpoint between this ipad and the mini ipad? >> it's obviously as soon as you can pick it up you can tell how light it is. in terms of features, obviously much smaller. 7.9 inches as compared to the ipad 4 which is 9.7 inches, 20% thin and 53% lighter and jam packed inside there are the features. kind of like an ipad 2 so front facing, rear facing, 5 mega pixel camera. i was impressed by the battery life, really nerdy. had ten-plus hours. a really nice feature, but in terms of everything you would expect from an ipad it's right in there. fun size. >> as i continue to play carol merrill, if you've got one of these, why do you need it? >> a one-size-fits-all. it's your choice, another option for the
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color. so these jeans particularly are by nydj. they have the patented lift tuck technology. they are skinny in the leg, the skinny petite legging. petite is important because it gives you that right knee placement as well. it's a perfect length for her. we got the color. a lot of women are nervous about color. but those are the darker shades. the eggplant. the chocolate. >> i love color jeans. they're so in right now. those do not look like mom jeans. >> they're the anti-mom jean. >> thank you, karen. next up is tanetta. eu your challenge for her was finding a good fit for all her of her curves. >> my name is tanetta. my biggest problem is finding something to fit over my thighs and my bottom area, but that will be small enough to fit my waist. >> the thing is if you're trying to down play a heavier bottom half, you want to go for more of a slenderizing boot cut bottom. you want a slightly lighter shading down the center panel, because this makes your legs look slimmer just because of the optical illusion. no, no, no. this is not the right silhouette for you. want to create
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